Selection of Holiday rentals in Torrevieja
Villas to Rent in Torrevieja
Find villas in Torrevieja and enjoy a few days of relaxation on the Costa Blanca near Alicante. Using our comparison technology, we have a whole range of accommodation catering to all tastes, and plenty of beach side accommodation available for you. Torrevieja is a popular destination to spend the summer in the warm waters of the Mediterranean Sea, and is a small town located in the Spanish Levante. One of the favourite spots for holidaymakers is the Playa del Cura beach, and it is one of the most popular destinations of all. It is very centrally located and has a good quality of services. From your beach apartment in Torrevieja you can visit the Lagunas de La Mata Natural Park which is a beautiful natural environment of high ecological value to the area. Once you have explored the various beaches, you can discover the other popular spots in the Levante such as Jávea, Benidorm or Altea. The best time of year to find cheap villas in Torrevieja is in June, or at the end of August when the number of tourists falls significantly. You have to try the local cuisine during your holidays in Torrevieja it is essential that you taste the local cuisine with typical tapas such as dried pulpo (octopus) accompanied by a ‘paloma’ (shot of aniseed liqueur). Find your property to rent in Torrevieja that best suits your needs; whether that’s with a pool, flat screen TV, WIFI, full kitchen or the beach within walking distance. We have the best offers on the web!
Where to book your Torrevieja rental
Torrevieja is a coastal city in the Valencian Community of Spain. Located on the shores of the Mediterranean sea, it is next to two salt lagoons with mountainous landscapes and high ecological value in terms of its flora. The origin of its name comes from ‘tower’ (torre) and ‘lookout’ in reference to the observation towers against the attack of the pirates of the Levantine coast. The city has its own hamlet, Torrelamata (also known as La Mata) which is located in the northern part of the city, on the way to Guardamar del Segura. This Costa Blancan city attracts mainly tourists to its shores who want to enjoy its beaches, so we would recommend choosing one of the urbanisations that face the sea for your holiday apartment in Torrevieja.
Lomas del Mar Urbanization: Located next to the Molino del Agua Park and the hamlet of La Mata, this area is ideal for finding holiday rentals in Torrevieja. From here you will have great views of the Cabo Cervera and direct access to the beach of La Mata.
Cala del Moro Urbanisation: It is located a little further south than the urbanisation Lomas del Mar, but this time is next to the Torre del Moro and the cove of the same name. Not far away is the Cala del Mojón beach.
Punta la Víbora Urbanization: This is located on the other side of the town, a little further away from the beach but in front of the Laguna Salada. At one of these urbanisations, you may be interested in finding villas to rent in Torrevieja with a private pool, of which we have plenty here at Hundredrooms.
Urbanización los Frutales: If you want to enjoy a swim in a small cove, this area is ideal for your aparthotel in Torrevieja.
Residencial Parque Mar I: if you are looking to stay in a quieter area, in this urbanisation you can find all types of villas in Torrevieja, Spain.
Holiday rentals in Torrevieja
Holiday lettings in Torrevieja
When to visit Torrevieja
Torrevieja maintains excellent temperatures throughout the year, although, as a beach destination, the best time to visit is certainly during the summer months like other destinations on the Costa Blanca. If you want to find cheap apartments in Torrevieja, we recommend that you book during the second half of August. The price of Torrevieja rentals during the high season begins at around £35 per night while in May and June you can find cheaper apartments starting at £35. Another good time for a break in one of our apartments to let in Torrevieja is during some of the main festivities in Torrevieja, such as the San Juan Bonfires, the Feria de Mayo, the Virgen del Carmen and the Virgen del Rocío.
What to do in Torrevieja
During your holidays in Torrevieja, you can swim and enjoy the beaches of the Costa Blanca. There are plenty of small coves such as Cala Zorra or Zala del Mojón where you can swim in the natural pools of Alicante. You can also enjoy the sunset on the seafront, explore the old Town such as the Plaza de Waldo Calero, the Casino and the Palacio de la Música. Here are some of the main points of interest along the Torrevieja coast:
- Playa del Cura: This is the most famous beach in the town, since it is integrated into the urban area. It is 325 m long and borders the Paseo Marítimo to the south. In the summer, the "Habaneras Night on the Beach" is celebrated here, when people gather for dinner on the beach.
- Playa de los Locos: This beach of fine golden sand receives its name from an old asylum in the area. This beach has all the necessary services to enjoy a day at the beach with the family. Many holiday makers seek accommodation on the Los Locos Beach of Torrevieja, Costa Blanca.
- Playa de los Náufragos: The least crowded urban beach in the town after the beach of La Mata. It is wide and has relatively calm waters, since it is protected by the breakwater of Torrevieja port.
- Cala Ferris: This beach is surrounded by by palm trees and small dunes, and is a place to enjoy a quiet dip in its waters. It is less crowded than other beaches in the area and it is a perfect place to practice diving.
- Cala Piteras: A semi-urban cove located at the southern end of the Torrevieja coast. It has services such as a Red Cross post, parking and beach bars.
- Lagunas de Mata Natural Park: This is a large protected area where there are two lagoons. The Laguna de la Mata which is emerald, and the Laguna de Torrevieja, with an interesting pink colour that attracts many bathers and hikers.
- Maritime Walk Juan Aparicio: Also known as the "de las Rocas", this begins at the Paseo de la Libertad and reaches the Playa del Cura. This is an ideal place to take a walk at sunset after a day bathing in the coves.
- Torre del Moro Tower: Built in the 14th century, it was erected to defend the Mediterranean coast to defend the city from attacks by pirates. It is located in Cape Cervera, in one of the highest points of the area.
- Tabarca Island: Located off the coast of Santa Pola is this this island of interesting heritage. Here you can find historical buildings, the old wall ruins and a baroque church. The entire island has been declared a Historic-Artistic Site and is a very touristic destination during the summer months.
- Aquapark and Aquopolis: If you’re travelling with children, these visits are essential. They are fun for the whole family.
Cuisine in Torrevieja
As in many other places in the Spanish Levante, in Torrevieja you can taste some of the best rice and fish in the Mediterranean. The star appetiser of this seafood town is the dry octopus, a delicacy that the torrevejenses accompany with a drink of anise. Going to the main courses, the typical dish par excellence is the "Caldero", where different fish are cooked that serve as the background of a delicious rice. Other local dishes include rice, squid "de potera", grilled cuttlefish and octopus "en sangochao". Some of the best restaurants in Torrevieja are Charro Negro, Christopher Restaurant and Vela Beach Restaurant.